CARD RESULTS: Winners with 10 games Norita winters & Joe O’Meara and with 9 games Anne Murphy & Murty Hayes, Tommy O’Brien & Donnie Casey. Table Prizes: D.J. Ryan & Denis Walshe, Anne Sweeney & Eddie O’Dea, Dano Murnane & Mike O’Dwyer, Liam & Kathleen Roche. Farrle: EUR50 Jimmy Cranley, EUR25 Tommy O’Riordan, EUR20 Anne Sweeney, EUR10 Paddy Finn, EUR10 Liam O’Riordan, EUR10 Joe Sheridan. Cards every Sunday night at 8.30pm in Knockainey Community Centre all are welcome.
KNOCKAINEY AFTERNOON TEA DANCE: will return on Sunday October 13 at 3pm with Eddie Keogh. All are welcome to come along to an evening of music, dance and home baked refreshments in Knockainey Community Centre. Look forward to meeting all our friends and perhaps a few new ones as well. Admission EUR5. Raffle on the evening.
CHARITY FUN RIDE: The Co. Limerick Foxhounds are holding a charity fun ride in Lough Gur on October 12th leaving from the lakefront at12.30pm. Registration fee is EUR50 per adult or EUR20 per child. All funds raised will go towards local charities. Phone Deborah 086 0853059 on or Dee on 086 8137188 for further details.
STORYTELLING FESTIVAL: will take place in Lough Gur from October 25 to October 28 featuring: The primary school storytelling competition will take place in the Honeyfitz Theatre on Friday October 25th at 7.30pm. Miriam Lambert Puppeteer - performs the Gingerbread man in the Honeyfitz Saturday October 26. Shows at1.45pm and 3.45pm Tickets EUR5.00. John Spillane will perform in the Honeyfitz on Saturday October 26th. Door open at 8pm. Tickets EUR15. On Sunday October 27 after Aifreann Ui Riada in Patrickswell Church the Graveyard & literary Mystery Bus Tour led by Michael Quinlan will leave from the Honeyfitz Theatre at 10.30am Tickets EUR30-EUR35 depending on numbers. Price includes lunch. Author Debbie Thomas will read for children in the Heritage Centre on
Sunday 27th at 1.45pm and 3pm. Booking in advance is recommended as places are limited, At 8.30pm in the Honeyfitz the melodrama Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch will be performed by the Lough Gur Amateur Dramatic Society. Tickets EUR10. Children EUR5. On Monday 28th of October a second showing of Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch will take place in the Honeyfitz Theatre at 8.30pm. Ticket price EUR10 for Adults and EUR5 for children. Phone 061 385186 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets and further details
KNOCKAINEY AFC LOTTO: There was no winner of the lotto last week which was held in Jack Lynch’s, Knockainey last Friday night. The numbers drawn were 6, 16,18 and 22. Lucky dip winners 4xEUR20: Celine Barrett, Joey Hayes, Ann Genery & Tim O’Connell. Seller’s prize EUR20: Mike Hurley. The next draw will be held in Moloney’s Bar, Knockainey on Friday 11th October for a jackpot prize of EUR4900. Tickets on sale from the usual outlets and also online at www.knockaineyafc.ie
Knockainey open sports day: A big thank you to the following for their help in running and organising the open sports day Sprints starters, Pat Donworth and Mike Fitzgerald. Pickers were, Mary Burke, Sarah and Liam Burke. Hurdles starter, Shane Hogan and John Bateman. Pickers were, Paula Bateman, Ruth Hogan, Lorraine Bagnell-Keogh. Standing Jump, Fiona and Tommy Burke. Ball throw, Darryl Keogh and Mike McCarthy. Shot putt, Ciara and Liz o Connell, Brendan Burke. Javelin, Turbo-javelin, discus, Helena and Randal Joy. Results recording, Chris Monaghan, Brid Donworth. Events co-ordinators, Mary Courtney and Cherry Joy. Gate Duty, Aidan Monaghan. Parking, John Macnamara, Mike Hurley, Mike McCarthy, Ger Barron. Tea rooms, Carmel Leahey, Marie Moloney. PA Richard O’Regan. Tent, John Higgins, John O’Brien. Sponsors, Kerry Group, Interchem, Acravet. Medal Presentation, Marie Moloney, Stuart Taylor, Ollie Moran.
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